Arranges a meeting of Yadav’s kin with MEA Swaraj, assures of help from PMO.
BHOPAL : The brother of missing trainee Merchant Navy electrical officer Sandeep Yadav went to Delhi along with MP Alok Sanjar to request Ministry of Foreign affairs for help.
Sanjar told Free Press Journal that he went to meet the family on Monday, where Sandeep’s brother Bhupendra, requested to hold enquiry on Union ministry level to locate his brother. Later, Sanjar fixed an appointment with the Central Minister and left the city to reach New Delhi with Bhupendra in a train at 8.30 in the Monday night.
Bhupendra said that Sanjar assured to arrange meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs Sushma Swaraj and he would also seek help of Prime Minister Office in the search of missing Sandeep Yadav.
He said that a team of officials would lead the investigation once the ship reaches Mozambique, its destination in South Africa, but at the same time he is worried in a bid to maintain image of the company, the officials would not do fair investigation and would not reveal the reason behind his brother going missing. Sandeep is still missing and the efforts by the company are not satisfactory at all, said Bhupendra.
City based Sandeep Yadav went missing in Indian ocean on March 3, while he was on his way to Mozambique in South Africa in a ship owned by Mumbai based company – The Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd. Sandeep works there as a trainee electrical officer.